County leaders ask residents to take "How are we doing?" survey | News
KERSHAW COUNTY, SC (WIS) - Kershaw County leaders want to know what residents think about the job they're doing.
They are asking residents to take a survey. Officials say they will take the information gathered from the survey to shape county policy when they begin their budget planning process in January. County leaders hope they will get feedback to make sure the county is providing services that the residents want and need.
The survey is being conducted by students of the University of South Carolina's International Masters of Business Administration program.
This is the first time the county has conducted a survey of this nature. Answers are anonymous
The survey can be taken online by clicking here. Some residents may be called to take the survey by phone. County officials say people will be called by a live person, not a computer, to take the survey. If you get one of these calls, it is not a scam and your participation is voluntary.
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